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have my tutu on and my disco shoes. >> she wants all of us to be free and to find ourselves and our individuality in dress the way you talk, walk, whatever. and we're all just being liberal. we come here to party. we're all here for the same thing. we're going to have a good time. >> reporter: some seemed to leave part of their costume at home. >> lady gaga likes to walk around in next to nothing. i wanted to channel a little bit of her. >> reporter: your parents know you're dressed like this tonight? >> they do. i put the jacket on for them. >> reporter: many parents we spoke to bringing even the littlest of fans to lady gaga's provocative outfits don't send the wrong message to children. >> she knows, she's 12, she's not allowed to dress like that. ♪ it will be okay ♪ just dance >> reporter: this night was also about the music. and fans looking to hear lady gaga up close paid a hefty price. how much did you pay for your ticket? >> $250. >> reporter: is it going to be worth it? >> yeah, because i'm going to be standing in front. i have general admission. i'll be at the front of
, but passengers fought back forcing the hijackers to crash into a field. >> they remind us not only by how they gave their lives, but how they lived their lives, that being a hero is not just a matter of fate. it's a matter of choice. >> meanwhile, back here in our area, there were several ceremonies to honor the lives lost nine years ago today. some hanged flags, others waived them. some prayed. others shared their story of survival. the demonstrations were different, but their purpose was the same. to remind people to never forget. >> we need to remind everybody that we have not forgotten what happened on 9/11. >> and so the veteran, his son who's about to join the army and the small friends waved flags at a small intersection in germantown. >> it's fantastic, gives you a good feeling inside. we get a lot of responses from everybody from fire engines, police officers, to every day people who beep and are happy there's some kind of symbol and remembrance. >> in arlington, these buildings were a symbol. in montgomery county, this new fire station that was dedicated saturday, will be a last
and make miami use another time-out? rolling, looking, throwing, incomplete. intended for keller. he had keller and edrds in that same neighborhood. >> cris: remember what mark sanchez was telling us last night. he basically said, you know what the best play i made a week last week was the one right before the end of the half. we had a field goal set up and i saw my guy, and i almost pulled the trigger, and i just didn't. threw it out of bounds, and we kicked a field goal. and you can see the thought process working and the maturity now in mark sanchez. >> al: third and gl. toll tomlinson in the backfield. braylon edrds in the corner of the end zone. it's pass interference because he never turned around and looked at it. allen getting right into the face of edwards. >> cris: it's the right call. that's the right call. >> referee: pass interference, defense, number 32. ball will be placed at the 1 yard line. first down. >> al:e never turned around. >> cris: braylon edwards at the end of this play turns and goes right back through jason all. if he didn't do that, he wouldn
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